Nana Akua Addo to sue the Nigerian designer that she claims created her gorgeous AMVCA gown

In response to Ezinne Olivia's audacious assertion that she created the gorgeous dress she wore to the Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards (AMVCA), Ghanaian fashionista Nana Akua Addo has vowed to file a lawsuit against the Nigerian designer.

Nana Akua Addo to sue the Nigerian designer that she claims created her gorgeous AMVCA gown

Olivia has received a severe warning from Nana Akua through her attorneys, asking that she retract her comments and extend an apology within the next 48 hours, failing which "wahala" will befall her.

Renowned for her impeccable sense of style, Nana Akua stunned everyone once more at the renowned awards ceremony in Nigeria by wearing an incredible attire that garnered her numerous praises.

However, Ezinne Olivia emerged from the shadows, savoring her joy and assuming whole responsibility for the dress's design.

She never received recognition for her efforts, despite her claims to have made the outfit all by herself. Nana Akua Addo swiftly refuted these claims, revealing that the clothing was actually imported from China and manufactured in Ghana.

She politely conceded that, contrary to what Ezinne Olivia said, she was only marginally involved in its construction. It has recently been revealed that Ezinne Olivia was given the option of receiving credit or payment for her contributions to the dress's construction.

She chose the latter on her own volition, thus it is unjust for her to suddenly whine about not being acknowledged.

A part of the statement lawyers of Nana Akua issued states;

“We act as Solicitors to Nana Akua Addo (hereinafter referred to as our “Client”) and we have her express instructions to write you on the above-subject matter.

Our client’s attention has been drawn to several spurious posts and vile comments about her earlier today on several social media platforms, wherein you alleged that the dress she wore to the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA) on the 11th May, 2024 was made by you and she failed to give you the recognition and credits, thereby setting her for various individuals to make vile and demeaning comments and subsequently portraying her as a fraud.

It is instructive to state that our client denies and states that your allegations are false, misleading, malicious and intent to destroy her hard earned reputation and we wish the set the record straight on the transaction between yourself and our client:

1. Our client’s dress is a 3D design masterpiece ordered from China for the sum $3,000 (Three Thousand USD) to be assembled in Ghana in preparation for the AMVCA at Eko Hotel & Suites, Lagos, Nigeria.

2. Upon the delivery of the dress to Ghana, Our client’s designer Yoli couldn’t completely assemble the dress, as it could not fit in the garments suit case due to the complexity of the 3D design on the dress, she then decided to bring it down to Nigeria for it to be assembled.

3. Due to the inability of our client’s Ghanaian designer to arrive Lagos early, our client engaged your services via your IG handle (Ezinneolivia_styling), seeking your services to make an undergarment of the dress and assist Yoli to complete the final assembling of her outfit.

4. Upon our client’s arrival in Lagos, Nigeria, our client’s designer gave you several instructions towards the official fitting of the dress, and upon its conclusion, our client provided you with the option of receiving compensation either in cash or through recognition (being tagged on Instagram), you opted for the former and subsequently provided our client with a breakdown of the payment.

5. Our client made a payment of the sum of N406,000.00 (Four hundred and six thousand Naira only) to your account via a third-party account, which the said payment was acknowledged, and as further from of appreciation, she gave you an additional $100 One Hundred Dollars for the assistance in getting the job done.”